Our Winemakers

Bruce Dukes

Chief Winemaker


Bruce, a west Australian native, has enjoyed three decades of valuable winegrowing experience, shared between iconic producers in the Napa Valley and Margaret River. His winemaking philosophy is best described by wine expert Professor Steven Kolpan who noted in his book ‘A Sense of Place’ that, “Bruce Dukes articulates the art and science of winemaking with elegance and ease. Bruce knows that the finest wines are made vine by vine, berry by berry…”

Bruce describes his training in Agronomy at University of Western Australia, and a Master’s Degree from the University of California, Davis, as the foundations of his approaches in sustainable winegrowing. “However, the fun part is layering in passion, artistic and intuitive flair”.

Remi Guise

Senior Winemaker


Born in Cape Province South Africa, Remi completed a Viticulture and Winemaking degree at the University of Stellenbosch in 2006. He then took up a position as Assistant Winemaker at the historic and iconic, 300 year old Meerendal Wine Estate in Durbanville, in South Africa.

Remi first visited Margaret River in 2007 and never left, joining Bruce’s winemaking team in early 2008. Since then, Remi has worked his way to the role of Senior Winemaker. Remi brings an intimate understanding of the translation of land to wine, and a dogged obsession with constantly pushing quality and style to the next level. Remi is now a living breathing piece of Margaret River terroir.


Jeremy Muller

Founder of Peccavi Wines


Jeremy spent 26 years working in the financial markets and left to pursue his dream of making some of the best wines in Australia. Today Jeremy is well on the way to making that happen, gaining the title of five Star Winery by James Halliday, awarded a plethora of medals from wine critics globally and ranking as a Finalist for Australia’s Wine of the Year 2015 by Jeremy Oliver.

Rising Star of Australian Wine - Gourmet Traveller

Best of the Best - James Halliday

Benchmark Chardonnay of Australia - The Wandering Palate

Australia’s Wine of the Year – Finalist Peccavi Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 - Jeremy Oliver